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The functionality of the SHRAIL device is demonstrated by Mark Brown, chief of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity's Medical Prototype Development Laboratory, Fort Detrick, Maryland. In the foreground are six SHRAIL™ device units that will be sent to far-forward military medical personnel for field testing. (Photo courtesy of Ashley Force, USAMMDA Public Affairs)

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LumaCyte’s Radiance™ laser analysis and sorting instrument is a high-content, label-free microfluidic device that enables scientists and researchers to characterize and sort individual cells by measuring their optical force. Radiance can, for example, detect and measure viral infection in mammalian cells quickly and effectively for diagnostic purposes and vaccine manufacturing. (Photo courtesy of LumaCyte)